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September 21st 2012
| by Gaby

Lilian Greenwood MP for Nottingham South visited The Salvation Army in Aspley (21 September) to view the support given by the church and charity to the local community via its Mustard Tree Allotment.

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September 21st 2012
| by Gaby

Sheffield pupils enjoyed a real taste of adult working life when they spent 10 days in a mock ‘business’ environment as part of a programme set up by The Salvation Army in Woodhouse.

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September 21st 2012
| by Gaby

A Salvation Army spokesperson said: "We are appalled at this horrific crime that happened within our community. Our centre has been caring for the vulnerable for years and is a well integrated part of the local community. We have no record of the allegation made in court and have started an investigation immediately.

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September 20th 2012
| by Gaby

Hackney North and Stoke Newington MP Diane Abbott visited The Salvation Army in Clapton today (20 September) to view the work done by the Salvation Army in the local community.

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July 18th 2012
| by Gaby

The Salvation Army’s newly appointed UK leaders André and Silvia Cox visited Leeds on Monday to officially open the church and charity’s new Divisional Headquarters for the Yorkshire area.

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July 9th 2012
| by Gaby

A brass band, made up of 20 musicians from the Canonmoor Street church, is to play during the day at the King George V Playing Fields, near St Martin’s Avenue, Hereford. The band will play two half-hour sets, from 11.30am – noon and 1pm – 1.30pm.

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July 4th 2012
| by Gaby

The Salvation Army’s Clydebank Corps band welcomed the Queen on her visit to St Margaret’s Hospice in West Scotland.

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January 13th 2012
| by Mary

Named ‘Harnall Lifehouse,’ the new facility is set to replace the 99-bed building in nearby Lincoln Street where The Salvation Army has served homeless people in the city since 1973.

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January 12th 2012
| by Mary

The Salvation Army in Maidenhead is reaching out to homeless and hungry people in South Africa by supporting a project that gives soup and brunch to those in need.

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